Borrowers Rush to take Advantage of Millions in Student Loan Settlements

                                                        ADVERTORIAL By Thomas Fenton

   If you have student loans, you have probably heard of what most experts are calling the “Student Loan Bailout”.  Much like the mortgage bailout several years ago, millions of borrowers are having payments reduced and some even receiving refunds.

According to the Washington Post, the previous administration announced a plan to exempt and additional $7.7 billion in federal student loans held by an estimated 387,000 Americans.

  This comes months after Sallie Mae, also known as Navient agreed to pay a combined $139 million and the U.S. Department of Education announced more than $480 million in amnesty for other borrowers.

Borrowers are rushing to enroll in these programs before they change or possibly repealed under the new administration. Due to high demand the Student Planning Center has established a helpline which provides a free 2 min eligibility check. Click to Call 888-270-0676 

 We still have official phone lines open and operators standing by to help students ease their Student Debt. We hope the Trump Administration won’t change that, but we will not have control when and if the decision is made to repeal the program. We can’t promise the debt forgiveness program will remain open.

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This is a big deal because there are millions of Americans struggling with student loan debt. You may qualify for a student loan settlement, refinance or even forgiveness..

How Does it Work?

The government would like as many people as possible to lower their student loan payments. There are many programs that can either forgive your student loan or dramatically lower your student loan payments, down to single digits or to $0. 


I stay up crying every night thinking about how I’m going to provide a better future for my child. 

When I first signed up for college I didn’t think anything about taking out student loans. They told me they were ‘grants.’ After I graduated I haven’t been able to find a job. Now the loan companies call and harass me every day for their payments I can’t afford.

The worst part is my parents co-signed my loan and now they’re getting harassed and are worried about their retirement. I feel like I ruined their life and my life as well.

I can’t buy a car, buy a house or save for my future. I stay up crying every night thinking about how I’m going to provide a better future for my child.

 I thought I was going to live the American dream, this is an absolute nightmare.  – Anne Martin


What You Can Do?

The time to act is now. This program may end at any time without notice. If you or a loved one is struggling with crippling student loan debt it’s not your fault and you’re not alone. 

Over 40 Million Americans are currently struggling with their student loans. You can get help simply call the number below to speak with a student loan forgiveness counselor.

Every day you wait your student loan is keeping you from living the life you deserve.  Imagine what your life will be like with a dramatically lower student loan payment.


   You can continue with your existing high payment student loan, which you have had for years, but if you want to change the direction of your finances your going to have to do something different, make a new choice, a choice to call and dramatically lower or remove your student debt which you were lured into by these unscrupulous predatory lenders.                                                                 

Call the Student Planning Helpline Now, and you will be connected to a Student Loan Professional that will give you information on all of your options.

Call the Student Planning Helpline and Join the Thousands that have been helped

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